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    (Original post by Lolaface)
    FINALLY reading Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
    yes im so behind in the series
    I've only read Twilight! Wanna read the others really, just haven't got round to it yet.

    Me, I'm reading The Da Vinci Code and Frankstein.
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    Well, I've 3 books on the go, and another one out from the library I really should start soon

    Maybe a rather big book on Iran and its bloggers, one about life in Eastern Europe after communism and Andrew Marr's history of Modern Britain is pushing it a bit...I think I need some light reading....or at least START 'Cloud Atlas' by David Mitchell, it looks great.
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    Travels With My Aunt - Graham Greene. I didn't think I'd like it but I'm finding it quite hard to put down so far.
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    Any Human Heart
    William Boyd
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    Black Notice
    Patricia Cornwell
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    I'm reading 'The Private Lives of Pippa Lee' by Rebecca Miller... it's not very good. Don't bother buying it.
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    Marcel Proust - Swann's Way

    I'd say it's pretty good so far.
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    Wealth of Nations.

    PS, I love you
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    Blind Faith by Ben Elton. Not sure whether it is too absurdist for its own good; though I suppose this is satrie, and 1984 (which it resembles a lot, but for our time of celebrity and all that jazz) is not. Need to read more...

    Do love the names of the characters, though
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    No One Belongs Here More Than You by Miranda July.

    It's amazing.
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    (Original post by A is for Awesome)
    No One Belongs Here More Than You by Miranda July.

    It's amazing.
    good book.

    i'm reading ulysses again, and again, and again.
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    'Bridget Jones' Diary' - Helen Fielding

    Only started it yesterday & already half way through...
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    Hi people! =]

    I'm just finishing Lullaby by Sarah Dessen...I think I'll be sad when I finish it because I'm rather enjoying it! ^_^!
    Also...I dunno what to read next!
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    (Original post by Bgriffin)
    Watership Down by Richard Adams
    I read that ages ago, and it is a book which really stuck with me for some strange reason.

    Anyway I am currently reading 52 Ways Of Looking At A Poem by Ruth Padel, simply to help me along with English Lit.
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    Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell. Strange format, but liking it so far!
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    (Original post by hyperscorpio)
    Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell. Strange format, but liking it so far!
    Read that recently myself. Found it unbelievably confusing at the start but got really into it by the end.

    I'm currently going through The Sword Of Truth series by Terry Goodkind. Tis good!
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    I'm reading Die For Me by Karen Rose. So far so good.
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    No time for goodbye - Linwood Barclay
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    The Spell by Alan Hollinghurst. Can't wait to read it, because it's been almost a year since I read The Line of Beauty!
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    Just finishing Brave New World Revisited, then on to another dystopia, We by Yevgeny Zamyatin.
 
 
 
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